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mailchimp form not working in Internet Explorer

Posted on 2011-03-11
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Hi I have a sign up form for mail chimp that I have installed on my site. It looks and works fine on all of the other browsers, chrome, safari and firefox, but not on IE.

Can anyone see what is wrong? see it  here

Thanks in advance.

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Question by:Weezi
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by:A_Nilsson
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Hi,

Change

<![endif]-->

to

<!--![endif]-->

Let me know how it goes. Good luck!
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Hi,

Sorry, my bad. Ignore my comment.
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by:A_Nilsson
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Hi,

Here is the solution.

1. search for <!--[endif]--> . You will find it in two places.
2. Change both occurances to <![endif]--> .

I have tested so that it works this time :) Good luck!
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by:Weezi
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Hi Nilsson,

Thanks for your help, I managed to find a replacement module which fixed the problem, I'll give you some points for trying to help me anyhow ;-) no doubt we'll speak again in the future as I seam to always have a problem ;-).

Thank you

Louise
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